The new policy states that users “may only use the Services in a manner consistent with the purpose of the Services, including the purpose for which the Services were created.”
It also makes clear that Google will require users to use Google apps to access its services, and that it will take measures to ensure that “personal data is handled in a way that is consistent with its purpose.”
For example, Google will “remove personal information from Google Apps for the benefit of Google Play,” the company stated.
Google will also require users who have a Google Play account to give permission for it to access the app, and it will “provide a notification of any unauthorized use.”
The new privacy statement also requires that Google provide users with a list of third-party apps they can install, which Google says it will provide to users “in advance of the end of their service.”